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by George R. Kolbenschlag

  • ISBN: 0929925092
  • Category: History
  • Author: George R. Kolbenschlag
  • Subcategory: Americas
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ South Dakota Pr (December 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 116 pages
  • FB2 size: 1963 kb
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newspaper correspondents and the Sioux Indian disturbances of 1890-1891. by George R. Published 1990 by University of South Dakota Press in Vermillion, SD.

A Whirlwind Passes: Newspaper Correspondents and the Sioux Indian Disturbances of 1890–1891. He then follows the trail through Reconstruction, Redemption, and the beginnings of legal segregation in the 1880s

A Whirlwind Passes: Newspaper Correspondents and the Sioux Indian Disturbances of 1890–1891. George R. He then follows the trail through Reconstruction, Redemption, and the beginnings of legal segregation in the 1880s. This book addresses the central question of how and why the concept of race changed during this period.

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The Whirlwind (newspaper). The Whirlwind was a short-lived British newspaper, published in 1890 and 1891. It was known for its Individualist political views and its artwork by Walter Sickert and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. It was also strongly Jacobite and played a leading role in the Neo-Jacobite Revival of the 1890s.

In the United States, the 1890s were marked by a severe economic depression sparked .

The decade saw much of the development of the automobile. The 7th Cavalry quickly suppressed the Sioux fire, and the surviving Sioux fled, but US cavalrymen pursued and killed many who were unarmed. By the time it was over, about 146 men, women, and children of the Lakota Sioux had been killed. The Provisional Government of Hawaii under Sanford B. Dole passes a law which would forcibly relocate lepers to the Leprosy Colony of Kalawao on the Kalaupapa peninsula.

Newspapers played a key role in disseminating information and, unfortunately, misinformation about the Ghost Dance among the Lakotas. They also contributed to tension between the United States and the Lakotas that resulted in the grisly massacre at Wounded Knee. George R. Kolbenschlag's A Whirlwind Passes: News Correspondents and the Sioux Indian Disturbances of 1890-1891 sheds light on the men and women responsible for reporting on the Ghost Dance and the Wounded Knee Massacre and lends understanding to the nature of the reporters' activities.

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